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Last Planet Standing

2.88 of 5 stars 2.88  ·  rating details  ·  25 ratings  ·  6 reviews
For centuries beyond reckoning, Galactus has consumed entire worlds to satiate his never-ending quest for sustenance, but now he has a new plan - one that may threaten the very existence of the entire Universe.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published October 18th 2006 by Marvel
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Not recommended, even for the fans of MC2 universe. again great setup and promising deliver ruined by the generic "all is well" happy ending & again avengers / Fantastic 4 (5) manage to do the unthinkable which LT and other cosmic aspect failed to do.

Idea for the Next Big Marvel Event: The One Above All Attacks Earth and heroes of Earth manage to stop him or even kill him because why not.
Adam Graham
The previous MC2 Universe "Event" comic, Last Hero Standing Tpb avoiding many of the exceses typical of these comic book mini-series with a strong emotional focal point in Captain America.

Unfortunately, Tom DeFalco couldn't produce another winner with this series. The plot centers around Earth's heroes facing Galactus who has schemed to end his constant hunger even it means destroying the entire universe and trillions of lives with it.

To start with, Galactus is not really a scheming character, h
Another large-scale Avengers and FF save the universe. Ho hum. Asgard is destroyed. whatever. Galactus is destroyed/transformed into a creative force. Okay. Not exactly bad, just not all that interesting. And even Spider-girl can't save this one.
For fans of this alternate reality Marvel future, this probably works better. It did very little for me. Competent, but not more than that.
Okay...wasn't as bad as Last Hero Standing. But lame ending
Ok, seems very bitty though. A good idea at its core of Galactus evolving but apart from that, not much good.
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Tom DeFalco is an American comics writer and editor, well-known for his association with Marvel Comics and Spider-Man.
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